There is little else in this world more beautiful than New England in the fall. The crisp air, tasty cider to sip, and so much to do and see makes for a time of year that rivals summer for many folks. If you’re from New England, you know that one critical pasttime is watching the leaves change. With a huge variety of trees, the colors are utterly spectacular and the best sign that that fall has truly arrived. Rhode Island gets a lot of tourists in for leaf season for good reason, and this year shouldn’t be any different. Here’s when and where to get the best views of the changing trees.

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Which of these spots is most appealing to you? Or will you maybe stop at all of them throughout the season? This road trip will take you to multiple lovely leaf viewing locations, and don’t forget to grab some apple cider to sip as you stare!

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